Translational immunology

Translational immunology

Cancer, autoimmune diseases, infectious diseases, and immunodeficiencies (primary or acquired) are prevalent disorders in developed countries, and they are also the leading causes of morbidity and mortality in Hong Kong and many other countries in this region. These conditions are underpinned by dysregulated immune reactions, highlighting the importance of rebalancing the immune response as a pivotal element in disease management and curative treatment. While researchers in Hong Kong have made significant strides in characterising the clinical presentation and outcomes of these conditions, translational immunology research in these areas is still in its infancy.
  • 15 July — 19 July 2024

  • University of Hong Kong

  • HK$3,000 (Includes accommodation)

  • Apply by 30 April 2024

  • Fully booked

What you'll study

You will learn about the latest advances in cancer immunology, autoimmunity, infection and immunity, as well as immunodeficiencies from world leaders in the field.

Who is the course for

Postgraduate research students, early postdocs and junior clinical scientists

If you have any enquiries about the course, please contact Gladys Chu by email at .

Course directors

Philip Li
Philip Li

Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Clinical Medicine, LKS Faculty of Medicine, the University of Hong Kong

Tak Wah Mak
Tak Wah Mak

Director, Advanced Medical Discovery Institute, University of Toronto

Chak Sing Lau
Chak Sing Lau

Dean of Medicine, University of Hong Kong

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